Baltimore’s Port Reopens Less Than 90 Days After Massive Bridge Collapse With Major Effort From Biden Administration

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In less than 90 days, the port of Baltimore, one of the busiest in the world, is again open for business. This was an effort lead and coordinated by Pete Buttigieg and the Department of Transportation, funded by they Federal Highway Administration, with participation from all stakeholders; the Federal Government (the Coast Guard and Army Corps of Engineers), state and local governments, shipping and trucking companies, agriculture producers, etc. Once again demonstrating that an active, effective government, working for the people can solve problems and improve the lives of the American people. Meanwhile, House Republicans are seeking to block funding for rebuilding the Francis Scott Key Bridge. Buttigieg credited the establishment of the White House Supply Chains Disruption Task Force, created by President Joe Biden and previously discussed here, as a key to the quick recovery.

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